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If the Galaxy S10 Plus is the first great phone of 2019, then Huawei wants its just-announced P30 Pro to be even better. Huawei's ambitions are well-known. In January, the CEO of Huawei's consumer business, Richard Yu, said the company plans to snatch Samsung's coveted title as world's largest smartphone brand by the end of 2020, or "this year at the soonest." That desire to displace Samsung as No. 1 means that the P30 Pro isn't just any flagship phone. It's a flagship phone with a mission.
Our job today is to see how the Huawei P30 Pro stacks up against the Galaxy S10 Plus. Keep in mind that while the entire Galaxy S10 family has been tested and reviewed (including the S10 Plus and Galaxy S10E), we've only had limited time with the P30 Pro, so we'll be limited to educated guesswork until we can truly compare the two side by side.
Screen - Sizes - Resolutions - P30 - Pro
The screen sizes are pretty similar, but it's interesting to point out that the resolutions are not. The P30 Pro has a lower resolution covering a larger screen. That makes pixel density on the Galaxy S10 Plus higher -- 522 ppi compared to 398 ppi. That'd be shocking if it weren't for the fact that the S10 Plus uses a 2,280x1,080-pixel resolution right out of the box. It only gets sharper if you change it in the setting, and the majority of people don't. If you're one who would, then Samsung has the advantage here, in theory at least.
Both the P30 Pro and Galaxy S10 Plus have in-screen fingerprint readers that let you unlock the phone, but they use different technologies to get you in. Samsung is the first to embrace Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, which uses sound waves to unlock the phone (see the video for a fuller...
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